Hospital and Patient Visitation Hours

Beaumont Hospitals has extended visiting hours for all three main campuses. Visitors are now encouraged to visit patients between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. (Some units have 24-hour "open" visitation.) Please call the hospital's front desk for specific instructions.

Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe

  • 313-473-1000
  • 313-473-1515

Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak

  • 248-898-7000
  • 248-551-2330 (TDD)

Beaumont Hospital, Troy

  • 248-964-5000
  • 248-964-5133 (TDD)

Please follow these hospital visitation guidelines:

  • Patients have the right to have a support individual, during the course of their stay, unless the individual's presence is contraindicated. A support person may include but not be limited to a spouse, adult child, parent, close relative, friend, paid caregiver, domestic partner, or significant other, regardless of gender.  Visitation privileges will not be denied based on race, religion, ethnicity, language, culture, size, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, socioeconomic status, physical or mental ability. Visitors are encouraged to visit and participate in the care and recovery of our patients and to provide staff with recommendations for providing comfort and support to patients and their visitors while maintaining quality care in a therapeutic and healing environment.
  • Visitors are encouraged to visit between 8 am and 10 pm. Accommodations for visiting a patient other than these times should be made with the nursing staff, taking into account the needs of the patient and room-mate.
  • For consideration of other patients, the number of visitors should be limited to two at a time.
  • Children under the age of 16 who visit should be accompanied by an adult.
  • Cellular phones cannot be used in certain areas of the hospital. Patient care equipment can malfunction when a cellular phone is operated within close proximity.
  • For the safety and care of our patients, visitors and staff who have allergies, latex (rubber) balloons may not be brought into the hospital. Mylar (metallic) balloons are welcome. (Some nursing units do not permit balloons or flowers.)